On the Market: Merry Streep’s Sandy Woe; NYCHA Finally Back; A Scarano Languishes for a Decade

After the Storm:
Merryl Streep out of her Tribeca penthouse because Sandy damaged it. [Daily News]
Speaking of the rich, a New York divided by the storm. [NY Times]
The devastation along the coast may be worse than first predicted. [Journal]
NYCHA says it’s back. [NYCHA]
Some public housing residents have been trapped inside for weeks. [Daily News]
Rockaways Surf Club becomes a post-Sandy salvation. [Crain’s]
The city landmarks and icons destroyed forever by Sandy. [NY Post]
Historic 19th Century Canal Street building could fall because of Sandy. [NY Times]
Gowanus condos moving forward despite concerns over storm surges. [Journal, BK Paper]
What politicians are benefiting from Sandy. [Crain’s]
Sandy trash is going to Fresh Kills before being shipped upstate. [NY Times]
Downtown firms debate whether or not to move back into their offices. [Journal]
Sandy churns up oil and gas, poisoning Manhattan Beach apartment. [Daily News]
Rockaways retailers try to reopen without power. [Crain’s]
Johan Santana pitches in in Coney Island. [BK Paper]
Could Sandy bring mass transit back to the Tappan Zee? [Streetsblog]

Life Goes On:
Could the MTA’s response to Hurricane Sandy pave the way for fare hikes? [Daily News]
Related’s High Line residential tower can begin to rise, thanks to state money. [Journal]
It’s been nine years, and still this East Village Scarano has not been finished. [Brownstoner]
People are buying unfinished condos again. [NY Times]
The best worst stories from renters across the Curbed network. [Curbed]
Chinatown is becoming a popular place to build condos, remarkably. [Journal]
New Kensington library may be Brooklyn’s last. [Daily News]
Milners fight to save the Garment District. [CapitalNY]
Nifty pavilion unveiled for Governor’s Island next summer. [Curbed]
Ben Bernanke worries about the housing recovery sticking. [Journal]
Locked inside Macy’s. [NY Times]
666 Park is dead. Long live the devil of the UES. [Curbed]
What becomes of Hostess’ real estate? [Real Deal]
Some jerk graffiti’d Masstransiscope installation inside the subway tunnel. [Brownstoner]

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